If you've been following the run-up to the presidential election in the US, you'll have noticed that there's been a lot of chat about Donald Trump's manhood – or lack thereof. The beady-eyed among you may have spotted that Trump's hands are a little on the small side, which has lead to speculation over the size of something else. Wink wink.
In honour of this important moment in US history, artist Illma Gore has drawn a portrait of Donald Trump, which doesn't leave much to the imagination. But thanks to those prudes across the pond (and some seriously angry Trump supporters), the work has been banned in the US. But Gore's masterpiece isn't going to waste, because it's going on display for the first time in London. The artwork will be on show in all its naked glory at the Maddox Gallery from April 8, so you'll be able to admire it in the flesh.
The artwork will be on show from April 8 at the Maddox Gallery, 9 Maddox Street, W1S 2QE.